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18/07/18

Tomorrow our Meridian Cup winners South House will be enjoying their reward trip to Thorpe Park! All students need to arrive by 8:15am and bring suncream! https://t.co/rXYmYCnFJe

18/07/18

2 nights of the most wonderful performances by the cast of students from Meridian High and Fairchilds Primary. Thank you to all parents and carers who came to support our students and their amazing teachers!! Bravo Team!! https://t.co/aOdjPTkc2T

13/07/18

Retweeted From George Watson

Amazing day with sports day; now getting ready for the year 11 prom for this evening and deciding on my sessions for tomorrow.

13/07/18

Retweeted From Amy Anderson

So proud of South House Winners of the Meridian Cup! https://t.co/GqaknWMmDh

13/07/18

And the WINNERS of the 2017/2018 Meridian Cup are SOUTH HOUSE!!! All south house students will be attending a reward trip to Thorpe Park on Thursday!!!! https://t.co/G68uQaKDe6

13/07/18

Sports day winners!!! WEST HOUSE!!!! https://t.co/AVGdhPFjB6

13/07/18

Anticipation!!! Who will win?? https://t.co/wHJcflDoWv

13/07/18

North vs South teacher tug of war! https://t.co/Fknw5vAPcX

13/07/18

East vs West teacher Tug of War! https://t.co/4ER0es79ee

13/07/18

Year 10 girls 100m!! What a win for east!!! https://t.co/Uj19XiigkS

13/07/18

Year 9 girls 100m https://t.co/qNbPqGA0XW

13/07/18

Year 9 boys 100m!!! https://t.co/auTelQIqpA

13/07/18

Year 8 100m!!! https://t.co/H9M2NrQN5N

13/07/18

Year 8 100m!!! Close call!! https://t.co/7o8qSdbOsM

13/07/18

Great 400m win for west!!! https://t.co/VneYu8cmQI

13/07/18

East win!!!! https://t.co/9yYVnI04Tq

13/07/18

West win!!!! https://t.co/l9pcSTuZ1y

13/07/18

East win! https://t.co/QQGhzOplKj

13/07/18

South win!!! https://t.co/Xc7IfKNXWf

13/07/18

West win!! https://t.co/v013WgcyDZ

Posted on: 02/05/2018

Garden Trip to Sutton Community Farm

On Tuesday 1st May, the newest members of the Food Ambassador team were given the opportunity to visit Sutton Community Farm so that they could learn more about food growing. Throughout the morning we were given a tour of the beautiful space that Sutton Community Farm uses to grow and harvest their crops. The students were able to ask lots of questions about gardening techniques, how and when to get the best yield from different crops, as well as how much profit the farm makes from their produce. There are definitely some budding business men and women amongst our Food Ambassadors!

During the tour, the students were also able to taste some of the salad, edible flowers and vegetables that were growing on the farm. It was great to see so many of them trying new foods for the very first time and they all commented on how good it tasted.

At the end of the tour, the Ambassadors had the opportunity to get their hands dirty, helping the farm in sowing their next round of courgette plants before heading back to school. The students thoroughly enjoyed their visit to Sutton Community Farm and they are looking forward to putting all the things they learnt in to practice out in the school's edible garden during the course of the summer term.